Note: Some texts are buried
deep in e-archives. If title link does not work, click source.
Bradley Keyes posts Jowett's translations of
the two Platonic dialogues that mention the legendary lost civilization.
James J. O'Donnell's web page for the internet
Boethius seminar includes an annotated Latin
cyber-edition of the 5th c. Roman scholar/statesman's Consolation of
Philosophy (with plain vanilla English
Vincent Cook posts
Diogenes Laertius' biography of Epicurus, his works (including Principal
Doctrines) & a history of the Epicurean
Daniel C. Stevenson's on-line library of 400+
classic texts includes the works of Aristotle, Marcus Aurelius, Plato, &
Barbara Jancar outlines Aristotles' works &
method against a background of the Ionian school, Socrates & Plato. The
complete works of the founder of the peripatetic school are listed
individually, zipped for downloading.
Garth Kemerling's Dictionary
of Philosophical Terms & Names introduces life & works of the
founder of Athens first Academy.
Tufts U.'s Perseus Project provides Jowett's
translations of the Platonic corpus & a brief
biography of the man.
translation of the Platonic utopian social ideal (posted by the Constitution
James Fieser's samplings of early Greek wisdom
include observations & speculation by
(Internet Encyclopedia of
Jan Garrett's introduction of
Stoicism (ancient & modern) with links to cyber-editions of major Stoic
authors (Cicero, Seneca, Epictetus, Marcus Aurelius).
Gateway to the great 11th c. Benedictine's life
& works from Garth Kemerling's Dictionary
of Philosophical Terms & Names.
David Burr's translation of the Proslogion:
Anselm's classic formulation of the ontological argument for the existence of
God, from Paul Halsall's Internet
Medieval Sourcebook (Fordham U).
Illustrated cover page for electronic edition
of J.J. O'Donnell's 1979 book
on the 6th c. Roman statesman who developed the standards for monastic
learning; with a Latin text of Cassiodorus' De
Notre Dame's Jacques Maritain Center presents
on-line CE articles on Peter Abelard,
Magnus, Thomas Aquinas,
John Duns Scotus,
Paul Harrison's Pantheist page presents a
systematic selection of quotes from the Dominican master's works.
Catholic encyclopedia article on the Dominican
scholastic whose mystical sermons sparked a revival in Germanic spirituality,
posted by New Advent.
Beau Harbin's searchable catalog has links to
over 1000 websites related to medieval studies with sections devoted to literature
(listing works by both author
& title), philosophy
Searchable database with full e-text of the 221
volume first edition of J. P. Migne's 19th c. collection of the works of
Latin Christian authors of the patristic & medieval periods. Subscription
required after free trial.
Transcription of 9th c. 22 vol. encyclopedic
compendium of secular and sacred learning (in Latin; hypertext edition by W.
Patricia Weiss outlines Aquinas' five arguments
for the existence of God.
On-line translation of the 13th c. Dominican
master's massive compendium of theological questions. Primary source of later
RC Thomistic theology.
Gateway to the life & works of the 13th c.
Dominican from Garth Kemerling's Dictionary
of Philosophical Terms & Names.
E-text of Rickaby's translation of the
Dominican master's shorter systematic theology posted by the Maritain Center.
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This page was revised
04 March 2008